What will you do
Responsible for overseeing the development and management of technical system requirements (TSRs)
and technical sub-system requirements (TSSRs) for Draeger products and/or systems within the patient
monitoring portfolio. Serve as system technical lead for the project and define, document, and maint
technical requirements. Ensure requirements traceability. Act as technical lead within the cross
functional team responsible for integration of design inputs and final design transfer in accordance to
the IN4000 Idea-to-Market business process. Serve as key user for the Requirement Management
System (DOORS) and train other roles in utilizing the tool optimally.
Responsible for translation of product requirements into technical system requirements (TSRs) and/or technical sub-system requirements (TSSRs) for new products and feature enhancements to existing product portfolio with the collaboration of contributing disciplines (e.g. Electronics, Mechanics, Software Engineering, Clinical Engineering, Product Qualification, Risk Management, and Production).
2 Responsible for system integration planning and collaboration with contributing disciplines on execution of system integration tests.
3 Manage the Requirement Management System (DOORS) tool for the Andover site.
Provide technical leadership and collaborate with Platform Designers, System Risk Managers, and System Architects for the purpose of ensuring that requirements meet the needs of the patient monitoring portfolio.
5 Document requirements for interfaces between products and between subsystems within a product to ensure that systems function meet requirements.
6 Training contributing disciplines on the development and management (elicitation, writing, and change control) of requirements according to internal procedures (e.g. IN4000 processes) as well as industry best-practices.
7 Coordinate the design and testing of interfaces between products and subsystems to ensure system functions meet requirements. Serve as technical lead responsible for holding periodic design reviews in this area.
8 Mentor and train junior engineers including System Engineers and System Designers.
9 Performs other duties as needed and assigned.
Internal code #LI-MC1 *mon*
Who you are
Bachelor's degree in engineering discipline such as bio-medical, systems, software, electrical, or mechanical engineering. Master's degree preferred
Related Experience: Minimum five (5) years engineering experience required.
Proficiency in using requirements management tools (DOORs preferred). Demonstrated understanding of system engineering principles and best practices (INCOSE membership a plus) Demonstrated technical leadership ability Highly organized and communicative (strong verbal, and written abilities) Working knowledge of medical device product development and/or experience developing products within a highly regulated environment
Work Environment /
Note: Any physical requirements listed must be deemed an Essential Function of the job. Ability to focus on details, recall/retain information Ability to think critically and/or mathematically, in context of disciplinary situations to provide a solution or solve a problem Ability to combine pieces of information and/or general rules to produce answers or decisions Ability to work in a fast paced environment with varying amounts of individual responsibilities, conflict resolution, redirected priorities, etc. Ability to see details at a close range Ability to use computers and computer systems (includes hardware and software)